Ever wanted to test your website in various versions of Internet Explorer?
However, it’s not quite so straightforward when it comes to testing your work in both Internet Explorer 6 and 7. By default, Windows will only run one version of IE, and while this obviously isn’t much of an issue for the average web user, it’s more problematic for web designers and developers who need to ensure that their work displays correctly in both versions.
In my experience, installing Multiple IE is a far more foolproof way of testing web pages across multiple versions of Internet Explorer on PC
It is possible to run Internet Explorer in standalone mode without having to over-write previous versions.
Here you simply enter the URL of the page to be tested, select which version of IE you want to test it in, and NetRenderer renders a screenshot for you.